EHCA published today (23 October) its 'Draft Community Rolling Action Plan (CoRAP) update for years 2020-2022'

The list contains 76 entries where 60 substances are to be evaluated in 2021 and 2022 and 14 during 2020. In the list of substances, there are no initial grounds for concern for nanoforms of substances in particular. However, there are substances in the list that are known to have a nanoform, e.g. Cerium dioxide and Carbon black. 

The adoption of the draft CoRAP has been submitted to the Member State Competent Authorities and the ECHA Member State Committee. The Committee is expected to give its opinion on the draft  in February 2020. On the basis of the Committee’s opinion ECHA aims to adopt and publish the CoRAP update for 2020-2022 on 18 March 2020.